Just a few from the growing range of solutions to children's mobility problems.
Car seats specially designed for children with special needs make car journeys safer and more comfortable.The Medema Izi (left) is available in two sizes, for children up to about 12
Powerchairs designed specifically for children, such as the Skippi shown on the right, help kids with severely reduced mobility achieve a high degree of independence.
With a narrow frame for manoeuvrability, even in a small room, it is adjustable to grow with the child, and can be dismantled for easy transportation in the boot of a car.
A manual chair (right) with well-designed features such as a rising and tilting seat, can make a great difference to independent mobility and access.
For children who can weight-bear sufficiently, but are unable to walk independently, a supportive walking frame such as the Dynamico (left) can be used either as a means of training to walk unsupported, to improve gait, or simply as a means of moving around independently.
For younger children, a well designed buggy with a range of frame sizes and seating options, offers stability, comfort and easy manoeuvrability.
The Kimba Spring (left) has a dynamic, ultra-lightweight frame with suspension, reducing jolting and allowing a more comfortable ride.
The Ito (right) is lightweight and manoeuvreable and can be used for children weighing up to 40kg.
An adapted trike with additional trunk support, can help some disabled children who would otherwise miss out on the fun and independence of cycling.
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